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Old 02-20-2017, 09:31 PM   #1
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been searching the web if its possible to relocate the OPSU, Ive seen one on ICTBillet.com and was wondering if it sounds good, they have a relocation adapter that relocates it to the side of the oil pan, also have an oil pressure sending unit plug (goes where the OEM sensor was) any thoughts? Was thinking about this when I do my intake swap, so I only break the sensor once.
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Do you only want to relocate it so you don't break it? its not that hard to not break it when you pull your intake off, you just need to reach back there and lift the brake booster hose over it when your pulling the intake forward. Otherwise there really shouldn't be a reason to relocate it.
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been searching the web if its possible to relocate the OPSU, Ive seen one on ICTBillet.com and was wondering if it sounds good, they have a relocation adapter that relocates it to the side of the oil pan, also have an oil pressure sending unit plug (goes where the OEM sensor was) any thoughts? Was thinking about this when I do my intake swap, so I only break the sensor once.
Post a link to the OPSU relocation kit on ICTbillet.com.....there website is garbage, its a pain to find anything.

I couldn't find any kit that relocates our factory OPSU sensor.

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There are 2 different adapters, I'm assuming one for turbo apps and one for non turbo.
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